LACTOSE MALABSORPTION IN THE ELDERLY
- Systemic lactose intolerance: a new perspective on an old problem. Matthews, S. B.; Waud, J. P.; Roberts, A. G.; Campbell, A. K. // Postgraduate Medical Journal;Mar2005, Vol. 81 Issue 953, p167
Intolerance to certain foods can cause a range of gut and systemic symptoms. The possibility that these can be caused by lactose has been missed because of "hidden" lactose added to many foods and drinks inadequately labelled, confusing diagnosis based on dietary removal of dairy foods. Two...
- Ask the experts. WALKER, JENNIFER // Alive: Canada's Natural Health & Wellness Magazine;Aug2011, Issue 346, p24
The article provides an answer to a question of which kinds of whey protein is the best.
- Lactose intolerance cases overblown. // Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter;Jul97, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p1
Reports that Minneapolis, Minnesota-based Veterans Affairs Medical Center has diagnosed lactose intolerance in only 34 people out of 49 who believed they were afflicted with the condition. Possibility that lactose intolerant people can digest two cups of milk a day without harm; Power of belief.
- Lactose-intolerance may not mean you can't drink milk. // Consumers' Research Magazine;Sep95, Vol. 78 Issue 9, p40
Reports that people suffering from lactose intolerance can tolerate 8 oz. of milk a day over a one-week period with minimal symptoms. Study of 30 people who identified themselves as lactose-intolerant; Results published in `The New England Journal of Medicine.'
- Can't tolerate milk? Just go easy. // Environmental Nutrition;Aug96, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p3
Focuses on the ways of how to tolerate lactose. Relationship of the amount of dairy ingested to the amount of lactase produce by the body; Foods that contain small amounts of lactose; Limitation of milk to mealtimes.
- Lactose Intolerance: Myth or Maldigestion? // Executive Health's Good Health Report;Nov99, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p6
Provides information on lactose intolerance.
- Milk duds. Somer, Elizabeth // Women's Sports & Fitness;Oct93, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p19
Discusses lactose intolerance. Symptoms; Decline in lactase levels of lactose-intolerant people; Secondary lactose intolerance; Differentiation from milk allergy; Experimenting on tolerable amounts of various dairy products; Effect of fat; Fermented dairy products; Lactate-treated products. ...
- Don't be wary of dairy. // Consumer Reports on Health;Feb96, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p21
Reports on the outcome of a study on lactose tolerance of supposedly lactose intolerant people published in the July 1995 issue of `The New England Journal of Medicine.'
- Intolerance. // New Yorker;4/3/95, Vol. 71 Issue 6, p35
Focuses on lactose intolerance, a stress-related psychological condition wherein the digestive system has a negative reaction to milk and milk products. Other stress-related ailments; Number of Americans who are lactose intolerant; Increased recognition of the condition in the United States.